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Cat in a Quicksilver Caper surprises the reader. At first or if read quickly, it seems like a mildly interesting murder mystery with some weird, disconnected bits tossed in. This is a novel that requires a somewhat more thoughtful reading than casual fiction often does; it involves rather complex character transitions...some of them not really in the manner that initially seems obvious. Douglas has done a really terrific job at deepening the personalities of some of her series characters. The ending of the book is a bolt from the blue while completely logical and opens up the possible plot lines for the remainder of this series - especially given the set up of the previous three or four books in the series. Douglas manages to freshen the writing in this series yet again with this book.
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